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    Quote Originally Posted by that guy al View Post
    i've been toying with the idea of doing this again with a lager yeast.
    Yes, me too. What yeast are you looking at?
    I actualy bought some S23 and 34/70 to brew it as a lager or just a plain lager with 80% Malt 20% Corn ( just add some rice and pils to that and Im back @ C3C) I'm just waiting for space to open.

    Im also thinking about brewing it as a Ale again as I did before but with corn starch in the place of the flaked corn.
    Last edited by Harhm; 21st June 2016 at 06:25.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Harhm View Post
    Yes, me too. What yeast are you looking at?
    I actualy bought some S23 and 34/70 to brew it as a lager or just a plain lager with 80% Malt 20% Corn ( just add some rice and pils to that and Im back @ C3C) I'm just waiting for space to open.

    Im also thinking about brewing it as a Ale again as I did before but with corn starch in the place of the flaked corn.
    never used s23 so i'll probably go with 34/70.

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    Beer pics

    Don't know if this qualifies for beer pics, but i'm über excited for this beer. Really spicy ginger ale.
    Ok so it breaks some rules. Ginger ale is supposed to be light, and ginger beer made with only sugar and copious amounts of ginger is supposed to be strong.
    So i boiled 1.3kg ginger grated in 2L old brown sherry. Oh and i added 1 box of dried ginger. Just added that along with 100gr honey.
    Oh and don't forget the chilli. Gonna add that at bottling time. 1st need to calculate the qty.
    Just because i'm excited here is the pic.

    (Just a little premature)


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    Quote Originally Posted by Iceblade View Post

    It does look amazing!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Andreas View Post
    It does look amazing!
    Vanilla Bourbon Porter

    Has anyone tried to make this?

    The Bourbon part confuses me actually
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    Quote Originally Posted by Iceblade View Post
    Vanilla Bourbon Porter

    Has anyone tried to make this?

    The Bourbon part confuses me actually

    I think it's either been in a Bourbon barrel for a while, or had bourbon barrel chips in secondary.
    Didn't someone discuss it after a Innis&Gunn post?
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    This reminds me of the Newtown Nemesis. Which is a stout with bourbon and vanilla. It is amazing when they get it right, but can be hit or miss with the bottles.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kingcur View Post
    This reminds me of the Newtown Nemesis. Which is a stout with bourbon and vanilla. It is amazing when they get it right, but can be hit or miss with the bottles.

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    Had this once on tap and it was amazing. They pour it with a 60:40 nitro mix. That's why the bottles are not the same

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    I'm super stoked with my 1st lager a 5.1% abv Schwartsbier. Light to medium malt, medium roast, dark chocolate and some coffee, crisp and dryish finish, no noticeable sweetness but a nice a lingering medium bitternes that goes well with the roast and slight alcohol. Nice head but low retention but Im sure it will improve, 2 weeks in the bottlel. Should get even better with time, I need to hide a few of these.
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